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Where Art and the Entrepreneurial Spirit are alive and well. We invite you to visit the Village to discover all the treasures offered here, everything from food to fashion, community and medical services to hobbie shops and furniture stores.
The Barton Village Business Improvement Area works to develop relationships with the community to continuously build a safe, vibrant place to live, work, play, shop & invest.
Come and join us... With your enthusiastic spirit and our many resources, we will work together in making dreams come true... in one of Hamilton's remaining affordable and dynamic districts.
Join GALA (Gibson and Landsdale Area Planning Team) and friends as we welcome Spring back to Powell Park! See the Hamilton's Auxilliary Police "Smart Car" in action. Meet some Firefighters and take a tour of their truck. Visit with GALA's Favourite Bunny. Enjoy some refreshments with neighbours and friends. For more information please visit our site
A global festival of civic engagement coming back to Hamilton on Saturday, June 4th, 2016!!! Presented by Evergreen.
Imagine the possibilities for Barton Village if hundreds of people united to participate in small initiatives to spark change. Share your vision for a better Barton.
We are in the process of scheduling a workshop in April where we invite participants to share their ideas of what they love / feel is missing / would like to change about Barton Village. Then we look at intervention ideas. If you would like to come to the workshop or would like more information please contact Rachel at 289-682-9472
Everyone knows something about where they live. Every perspective is important to building vibrant and healthy cities. Jane’s walks are citizen-led walking tours towards community-based city building and we are looking to bring one to Barton Street. Again, if you would like to know more or be part of this please contact Rachel at 289-682-9472 or visit our site
A FREE initiative of Yellow Pages, a company with a century-long legacy of working with Canada’s small businesses. Shop The Neighbourhood is an event that encourages Canadians to make a local purchase and directly contribute to the prosperity of their neighbourhoods.
It’s good for business
As a participating business, here’s what you can do to leverage the visibility that this event offers and get noticed in your neighbourhood:
- Create an exclusive event deal and encourage customers to view it on the YP Shopwise app.
- Get your free digital marketing toolkit on shoptheneighbourhood.ca.
- Build excitement by posting about your event deal and your participation on social media.
- Draw attention by adding the free web banners to your website.
- Make sure other businesses in your neighbourhood are registered.
- Make your own customized The UPS Store poster and display it in your window
Go to: shoptheneighbourhood.ca to sign up and take advantage of all the free tools available.
June 25, 2016 Woodlands Park
Check out www.bartonvillagefestival.com for more info.
October 31, 2015 at Woodlands Park
The Halloween Event was a huge success with many families staying the entire night because they were having more fun there than trick or treating. A big thanks goes out to Y on Wheels for the amazing and very popular scavenger hunt, Value Village for the donations, the Hamilton Police (the Smart car was very popular) Little Monsters Face Painting (who was lined up all night).
The Zombie walk was a lot of fun and we passed many families on the street that had come out to watch and wave us on. A special thanks to the Action Team for escorting us and to Nickel Brook and The Butcher and The Vegan for their support and involvement.
The Barton Village BIA would like to warmly welcome you to the village. We are very excited for all the new stores and restaurants that have recently opened – there is certainly a buzz about Barton Village and it is wonderful to see.
As many of you may have noticed the Barton Village banners have been removed. We are excited to let you know that we are in the process of designing brand new banners and hope to have them up before the Festival June 25. We would love your input though – if you would like to be on the banner redesign team please contact Rachel at 289-682-9472.